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New Rainbow Six Siege Operators Can Hack Cellphones, Become Invisible, and Rain Grenades

Ubisoft has revealed three new operators that will be part of Operation White Noise, the fourth and last season of the second year for Rainbow Six Siege.

Grace “Dokkaebi” Nam (Attacker) and Chul “Vigil” Kyung (Defender) hail from the Republic of Korea and the famed 707th Special Mission Battalion. They are the finest operators trained to withstand brutal winter conditions and are called “White Tigers” just for that.

Dokkaebi is armed with the Mk 14 Enhanced Battle Rifle (EBR) and the BOSG.12.2 shotgun as her primary weapons, and the C75 Auto and SMG-12 MPs as secondaries. Her unique ability allows her to hack cameras and cellphones of the opposing team.

Vigil is armed with the K1A submachine gun and the BOSG.12.2 shotgun as his primary weapons, and the C75 Auto and SMG-12 MPs as secondaries. His unique ability allows him to become invisible to drones and cameras.

Operation White Noise will also feature the last remaining operator from GROM, the elite counter-terrorism unit of Poland. Zofia “Zofia” Bosak (Attacker) is armed with the LMG-E and M762 semi-automatic rifle as her primary weapons, and the RG15 as secondary. Her unique ability allows her to fire concussion and impact grenades at will with a double-barreled grenade launcher.

Operation White Noise should hit the Technical Test Server (TTS) later today. The new season is then expected to officially go live on December 5 for season pass owners and on December 12 for everyone else.

Ubisoft has confirmed that it will be supporting Rainbow Six Siege with another year of content. The roadmap for 2018 was revealed during the Rainbow Six Siege Pro League finals over the weekend. Operation White Noise is not where the journey ends, at least not for now.